Archaeology, Numismatics
When it comes to archaeology, it is sometimes much more of interest, it's a way of life! How many artifacts, past and civilizations have left indelible traces over time of culture and history .... And the numismatics!? Is this the other history of human civilization? Whether you are an expert in this area or you just simply interested in it, you certainly have something to show or tell us!
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Tsar Kaloyan (National Museum of History, Sofia)
 Tsar Kaloyan (National Museum of History, Sofia)

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Description: Bulgarian Tsar Kaloyan (1197-1207)
An anthropological restoration of the head. It was made on the basic of the skull from the grave 39 in the Church "The St. Forty Martyrs", Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria.
Author: Proff. Yordan Yordanov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Donated by National Museum of Anthropology, Bulgaria

"Of Kaloyan, the bright King of Bulgarians and Vlachs, and his descendants ...
We put you to king over them and we send you .... royal scepter and royal diadem, which is assigned to you ... "
              Letter of Pope Innocent III to Tsar Kaloyan, February 24, 1204

Presented by: National Museum of History (NMH), Sofia, Bulgaria

Source of information: NMH - Sofia

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Tsar Kaloyan (National Museum of History, Sofia)

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Anonymous 2016-05-28 08:15:16

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